Monthly Archives: July 2011

A PICTURE CAN TELL..

… a thousand, completely unrelated stories. Well first there is the obvious story that takes center stage. The cutest little baby inView full post »

ONE

Remember when I went to meet my baby nephew last year for the first time…well we are back, this time in Brooklyn, and he is one! AndView full post »

NOTICE OF INTENT

NOI. If you homeschool in the state of VA, then  you know all about NOIs. If you are not a homeschooling family, a NOI is a Notice ofView full post »

SLIGHT PANIC

I realize it is only July, but I am in a slight panic that summer is speeding by and before I know it, it will be over. I seem to do thatView full post »

1771 – Claude Moore Colonial Farm Market Fair

Time travelling to 1771 at the Claude Moore Colonial Farm Market Fair.View full post »

IT’S NOT ALL FUN AND GAMES

When you see me, I am doing the fun part of my job : taking photographs! When you don’t see me, I am still working but I am workingView full post »

TRAVELS & DREAMS

I think seeing the world, especially as a child, really expands your mind. I have no studies that back this up but I am pretty sure thatView full post »

FATIMA & SOPHIE | Alexandria, VA family photographer

Fatima, Sophie and their parents are moving from DC to Senegal in a couple of  weeks. Bonne chance belles filles. xo, RashmiView full post »

EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE A PHOTOGRAPHER

When we photographers get together and talk shop, invariably one topic comes up : The over saturation of the market with photographersView full post »

BABY SAGE | Alexandria, VA family photographer

When I took these photographs last summer, I liked them a lot. I mean, what is not to like? Cute children, bubbles and a tub! But I hadView full post »

FROM THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN

From the outside looking in, you might assume that: 1. My home is always neat and tidy and clean and bright. 2. My kids are angels andView full post »

WHAT THE HECK AM I DOING?

We only get to live once, right? So we should use that time in the best possible way. How then is it possible to do this (keep a house, runView full post »